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An Education actress Carey Mulligan has donated the dress she wore to the Baftas to charity Oxfam.

The black-and-white gown will be displayed in a temporary Oxfam shop in the basement of Selfridges, in London, for a week from Friday.

The monochrome dress, made for the 24-year-old British actress by French label Vionnet, will then be auctioned with a starting price of £50.

Mulligan picked up this year’s best actress Bafta in the dress.

Money raised from the sale will help Oxfam’s women’s projects throughout the world.

“I’m honoured to be able to donate my Bafta dress to support Oxfam’s work helping women living in extreme poverty across the world,” Mulligan said.

Vintage and high-end pieces will also be sold in the pop-up charity shop, which will run from Friday 14 to Thursday 20 May.


Oscar nominated actress Carey Mulligan says she doesn’t want to act in lead roles anymore.

The An Education star said she will restrict herself to supporting roles in future, reports The Daily Express.

“The character parts are so much more interesting to play, I don’t think I want to play title roles. I don’t want to be the face on the poster. I don’t want the pressure of having a film’s success ride on my shoulders,” says Carey, 24.

“I want to play the most interesting parts,” she further added in an interview with US magazine.

“I just want to play the most interesting parts and it’s increasingly rare to get an interesting female character that is the lead in a film. An Education was an exception – parts like that are so rare.”


rmed to charm with those adorable dimpled cheeks, Carey Mulligan stars in the latest issue of Interview Magazine in an array of exquisite poses. Photographed by Mikael Jansson, the shots once again prove that the 24-year-old has officially become Hollywood’s darling. So what’s her secret for staying put as The Next Big Thing? Is it the quirky English Rose effect or could it be that distinctive crop reminiscent of a perky pixie? Whatever the ingredient, C.Mull can teach young Hollywood a thing or two about girlie loveliness. So as the star of ‘An Education’, we deemed it fit to bring you Carey’s visual tutorial in elfin beauty…

Lesson one: the enticing cover

“Demure and pretty, moi?” This requires a straightforward format: wide eyes, pouty lips. It’s a classic. While those dewy and doe-like eyes hold a hint of vulnerability, the all-important finger-to-lip move provides a suggestive touch of sauce. Coyly lifting up your sweatshirt to reveal a sexy dress (preferably Dolce & Gabbana) certainly helps too. Yep, we get it, you’re naughty-but-nice. Good work.

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Kristen Stewart and Carey Mulligan will reportedly fight it out for the lead role in the forthcoming film ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.’

According to the Sun, David Fincher is set to give the Swedish thriller a Hollywood makeover – and now he’s looking to cast his leading lady.

And rumours are abuzz that Stewart and Carey Mulligan will go head-to-head for the role, which is said to be ‘edgy, sexy and demanding,’ reports the Daily Telegraph.

Fincher has previously directed ‘The Game’, ‘Fight Club’ and ‘Zodiac’.

He received an Academy Award nomination for Best Director for his 2008 film ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’.


Since her star-making performance in director Lone Scherfig’s An Education last fall, Carey Mulligan’s meteoric rise has itself become a cinematic affair—a quick-cutting whirlwind of awards shows, paparazzi, short hair, and self-effacing British charm. The 24-year-old Mulligan’s portrayal of a precocious but naïve schoolgirl whose hunger for experience leads her to become romantically involved with an older man (played brilliantly by Peter Sarsgaard) earned her an Oscar nomination. But Mulligan’s impressive work in An Education isn’t the only reason why many are finding great solace in her emergence as one of the most important young actresses working today. It’s what her success represents: the triumph of talent, acelebration of difference, and a small victory for a young woman who sounds believable when she says she’s in it for the roles and not the acclaim. “Carey stood out immediately,” Scherfig says. “Not because she reminded me of anyone—more perhaps because she didn’t.” “She has this great indefinable quality,” says Jim Sheridan, who directed Mulligan in his most recent film, Brothers. “Yet you feel like you immediately know who she is.” “In the British tradition, she holds a lot more in than an American actress,” offers Oliver Stone, who cast Mulligan as Winnie Gekko, the estranged daughter of Michael Douglas’s Gordon Gekko, in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, due out in September. “There’s a British reticence to Carey, a kind of apartness that, in my mind, characterizes Winnie Gekko, who has been alienated by life, family, the betrayal of her father, the death of her older brother, and the madness of her mother,” says Stone. “She wasn’t supposed to be typically American in her reactions to her environment. To the contrary—she was supposed to be rather terrified at the prospect of family.”

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The people over at Popsugar have started a fun ‘play-off’ to help decide the nations favourite talents. Carey is currently pitted against Kate Hudson – do pop on over and vote for Carey by clicking this link here!

I couldn’t resist going out and buying Wonderland Magazine for this stunning photoshoot and interview with Carey! Please, if you do use them on your site, link back to us here at Carey Mulligan Online – it would mean a lot! Enjoy the pretty :)

Hello! A short update from me today, bringing you two lovely Carey photoshoots and a nice article – which goes hand in hand with Wonderland magazine Carey is due to grace the cover of next month!

With her cropped hair and elfin looks, it would be easy to mistake actress Carey Mulligan for Sixties pin-up Twiggy.

A series of photographs for a magazine cover shoot show the up-and-coming British star posing in a white Prada shirt looking very like the waifish model.

The actress, who won a BAFTA for her role as Jenny in An Education, is taking a brief break from acting after the awards season and her numerous roles on screen…

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